New Rochelle Police Department law enforcement officials should consider American Heroes Press.

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About the New Rochelle Police Department

The Town of New Rochelle established its first professional police department in the Spring of 1885. Up until that time, for almost two centuries, the community had employed constables to provide law enforcement services.

 

The New Rochelle Police Department now employs over 250 personnel with 186 sworn police officers and features the latest development in law enforcement services including community oriented policing. The Department currently responds to close to 50,000 calls for service, investigates over 2,000 Part 1 crimes, and processes 3,000 arrests every year. In its history it has responded to and managed literally millions of police functions and events from simple traffic control business to standoffs with barricaded gunmen and multiple homicides.

 

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Killer Priest: The Crimes, Trial, and Execution of Father Hans Schmidt (Crime, Media, and Popular Culture)
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